Looking back or looking ahead, fly tying is just downright fun
Reminiscing about the flies that I tied between 2005 and 2007 – I convinced myself these shown would catch fish in South Florida’s canal system, Everglades National Park’s northern marshes, Big Cypress National Preserve, and Holey Lands [borders of northwestern Broward County and southwestern Palm Beach County] – my hunting grounds.
Each, according to my notes, was tied in numbers approaching a dozen each and some with different hooks sizes and some with different color combos. There were other flies, of course, but on a files photo cleanout these the only remaining or PhotoShop salvageable.
Seems as though I had a preference for yellow… hmm?
NOTE: These flies were tied either in classes I either held on Sunday’s in the Fly Shop of Ft. Lauderdale [where I worked] or wasting the bosses time on a Sundays tying my stash, or at the Fly Shop of Miami with David Olsen.